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3.3.2.3 Summary of recommended configuration and deployment procedure:
Enter the phone's MAC address, associated username and password into the VPN
Concentrator’s database.
Configure the phones using the preferred method of MAC address specific
configuration files. Note: since there is no user specific configuration relating to
VPN’s, a master configuration may be created that is then replicated for each MAC
address as needed.
Power-up the phone on the corporate (local) network with the VPN setting to Off
(Refer to manual setting). This will cache the config file with the VPN settings in the
phone.
Set VPN to ON via the on-screen Setup menu and verify a successful VPN connection
via a public internet connection.
Phone is shipped to remote location and should automatically establish the VPN
connection when connected to the users’s home or remote office network assuming
DHCP operation.
Step 5: Enter the following VPN related parameters in order
1. VPN Gateway. [Default value = 0.0.0.0]. This is the IP Address of
the VPN Concentrator the phone will connect with. Use the digit
keys to enter digits and the * key to enter a period in the IP address
(.) Press the # key to complete this entry
2. VPN Port. [Default value = 443]. This is the port number on the
VPN concentrator that the phone will connect to. Press the # key to
accept the default value or use the digit keys to enter a different
port number followed by the # key to complete this entry.
3. VPN [Default = Off]. This setting enables/disables the VPN
feature on the phone. Press the * key to toggle the current setting if
needed. Press the # key to accept the current setting.
4. VPN User Prompt [Default = Off]. If Enabled the user will be
prompted to enter their VPN user name after a power cycle of the
phone. If Disabled, the user name is saved in non-volatile RAM
and is submitted automatically after a power cycle.
This setting does not affect the phone’s behavior in which it will
automatically attempt to re-establish the VPN tunnel should it be
disconnected while the phone is powered on.
Press the * key to toggle the current setting if needed. Press the #
key to accept the current setting.
5. VPN Password Prompt [Default = Off]. If Enabled the user will be
prompted to enter their VPN authentication password after a power
cycle of the phone. If Disabled, the password is saved in non-
volatile RAM and is submitted automatically after a power cycle.
This setting does not affect the phone’s behavior in which it will
automatically attempt to re-establish the VPN tunnel should it be
disconnected while the phone is powered on.
Press the * key to toggle the current setting if needed. Press the #
key to accept the current setting.
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